Gould League is excited to announce our latest funded garden project – Wildscapes. A Gould League educator will work alongside students to produce a biodiversity garden on school grounds, encouraging connection to nature and integration of biodiversity within the curriculum.
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Gould League are excited to announce that we have been engaged by Frankston City Council to deliver programs to 25 Schools and Early Learning Centres within the municipality to support them in reducing their waste as part of the ‘Halve Our Waste’ program.
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Gould League in partnership with City of Boroondara is delivering an exciting waste minimisation pilot project to ten schools and early education centres in Boroondara.
To help Victorian schools actively build sustainability into the fabric of everyday school and community life, ResourceSmart AuSSI Vic now has consortia of service providers in each of the nine Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) regions. Gould League is pleased to be a member of the Southern Metropolitan Region consortium.
Gould League’s award-winning Multicultural School Gardens program continues to reap social, educational and environmental benefits for disadvantaged Melbourne schools.
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That’s a wrap! The Waste Smart Schools and Families pilot project, which concluded June 2014, explored the potential to divert waste to landfill and reduce contamination of recycling in the City of Boroondara municipality by engaging six Boroondara schools and two Early Education Centres and their families in waste management activities/behaviours.
The majority of schools in our current ‘Students Futurescaping Schools’ cohort have elected to plan, plant, celebrate and integrate a ‘Wildscape’ habitat garden into their school and curriculum!
Together with Marine Care Ricketts Point Inc., Gould League is pleased to share with you an opportunity for primary and secondary schools to apply for a grant-funded marine education experience at Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary, Beaumaris for 2013 (normally valued at $725 +GST).
Gould League has been fortunate to receive funding from Department of Education and Early Childhood Development to facilitate the “Students Futurescaping Schools” project (2012-2014) which will see five disadvantaged schools per year participating in this fully-funded program to increase the biodiversity within their school grounds.
Students from Noble Park English Language School, Keysborough Secondary College and Spring Parks Primary School have enjoyed action packed visits to the Gould League Environmental Sustainability Education Centre as part of the Educating Future Generations Project funded by the RACV in partnership with Landcare Australia.
Frankston City Council has engaged the Gould League to get four year olds in 25 preschools excited about biodiversity and waste reduction through specially designed, fun-filled activity sessions.